THREE Paris Saint-Germain stars were deemed unworthy of a match rating by L'Equipe after the 5-1 defeat to Lille.
The three players in question are Manchester United target Thomas Meunier, club captain Thiago Silva and goalscorer Juan Bernat Velasco.
PSG could have sealed the Ligue 1 title with a win over Lille, but instead they suffered their biggest league defeat in 19 years.
The French newspaper gave Thomas Tuchel's team an average rating of 3.5 following their poor performance at Stade Pierre Mauroy.
Meunier, Silva and Bernat all started the match, but were not even given a score by L'Equipe.
Bernat scored PSG's only goal of the game in the eleventh minute, but he was sent off before half-time.
Silva was hauled off after just 15 minutes and replaced by Thilo Kehrer after he failed to overcome his muscle injury.
Meunier had an evening to forget against Lille after he put the ball into his own net after just seven minutes.
The right back, 27, was then forced off the field in the 23rd minute with an injury and Moussa Diaby took his spot.
SunSport exclusively revealed that Manchester United are considering a move for the Belgian this summer.
He is also a massive United fan and visited Old Trafford to watch them before he played against them in the Champions League this season.
Marco Verratti was PSG's highest-rated player with 6/10, while Kylian Mbappe received 5/10.
For Lille, Arsenal and Manchester United target Nicolas Pepe stole the show with an incredible rating of 9/10.
The Ivory Coast international, who scored his side's second goal, is "sure" to leave the French club at the end of the season.
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